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#1 Old 01-19-2013, 09:47 PM
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2009 Nissan Murano LED Conversion

Hi guys, I've never touched a Nissan in my life so to speak. My mother drives a 09 Nissan Murano, she just bought it. I'm well-incline. I drive old Mercedes, Japanese cars are a new world to me. I'm really impressed with her Murano. The drive reminds of a newer Mercedes ML. Plenty of pedal too. As I'm asking, I'm buying some LED bulbs for my old car to convert it from the old dim ones and I'd like to upgrade her's to LED as well. I was looking at the curtesy lights and door pockets. From what it looks like the door pockets look like it opens with a flat head at the bottom of the plastic and boom it comes off. It doesn't look like any specific tool is needed. What's the procedure for removal of the housing for the curtesy lights to access the bulbs? What type of bulbs will I need, t5, t10? Thanks. Hoping to make her door pockets a little more bright for her.
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Hi, old thread, I know.
I just put some LEDs on my 2012 MO - for most of the lights, just a simple flat head was enough to access the bulb.
Be careful as to not scratch the plastic in the process.

In reference to what bulbs to use, here's a great chart: LED Car Bulb Replacement Reference - Super Bright LEDs
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The Nissan Murano is a crossover SUV designed as either a 4-door SUV or a 2-door convertible model. It is a front engine crossover with either front-wheel or four-wheel drive. With the handling of a car and the cargo versatility of an SUV, the Murano is suitable for a variety of driving roles.
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